Massive voter fraud in Arizona and Colorado



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Distributed by C O M M O N  S E N S E , in Arizona
Saturday, October 23, 2010

 

Massive voter fraud in Arizona and Colorado

Friends,
 
There has been an accusation that 65% of 5000 voter registration forms, submitted by Mi Familia Vota and One Vote Arizona, in Yuma County on the last day of filling are invalid due to the registrant not being a citizen, wrong/invalid address, false signature, etc.  I also understand that these 2 groups have signed up 20,000 states wide and they have requested that 45,000 be put on the permanent early ballot. If 65% of these last minute registration forms in Yuma are invalid, which may be more as they are still checking the rest, then what is the percentages of invalid in Maricopa, Pima and other counties.
 
This is a very serious accusation that needs to be investigated to the fullest extent of the law. If this accusation is true then the perpetrators of this hideous crime against America citizens should be prosecuted to full extent of the law by Arizona Courts and not the federal courts as they do nothing on voter fraud and voter intimidation. All participants should be locked up and the key thrown away. This is an attack against sovereignty of this state and our freedoms for a socialist agenda.
 
I authored Prop 200, which was passed by an overwhelming majority of voters to help make Arizona one of the safest states in nation for voting.
Prop 200 had three parts to it.
 
Proof of citizenship to register to vote: The U.S. Constitution established more than 200 years ago that only citizens may vote. The initiative requires everyone equally to prove eligibility as does the Arizona Constitution.  Thanks to Proposition 200, ACORN’s efforts of voter fraud were thwarted here in Arizona.
 
Photo I.D. When voting: Photo I.D. Is required to cash a check, apply for welfare, sign a lease, or get a rental card at a video store.

Proof of eligibility to receive non-federal mandated public benefits: The initiative would require everyone to provide proof of eligibility equally. The Urban Institute studied this extensively in 1994, the University of Arizona in 2001, and estimated such costs to vary widely in the tens of millions of dollars.
 
They will stop at nothing to steal our elections and it appears that the friends of Raul Grijalva are doing everything they can to keep Ruth McClung, Janet Contreras and David Schweikert from getting elected. ACORN & SEIU are doing everything they can to find loop holes in our laws to use illegal’s and dead people to vote for their socialist, Anti-American agenda incumbents.
  
Yesterday a Colorado judge threw out 6000 bogus voter registration forms submitted by the same SEIU off shoot Mi Familia Vota here in Arizona.
 
I am going to pursue this matter, the State Legislator has full investigative powers and I will not let this rest.  I will be pursuing for a full investigation and if violations are found, I will push for aggressive prosecution with jail time imposed.
 
If, in the mean time, while I pursue this gross assault on our freedoms, you are as concerned, if not angry as I am about this issue, then I ask you to do one thing right now. Don’t delay, do it right now. Click on one of following 7 links and make a small or large donation to David, Ruth, Janet, Ben, Trent, Paul and Jesse’s campaign.  Do it right now. They need our help and we need them in D.C. to fight for us.  If we don’t take back Arizona we may not have a majority in Congress to stop the attack on freedom, reckless spending and out of control debt.
 
For Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness,
 
Russell
 
www.gosarforcongress.com/ Paul Gosar District 1
www.trentfranks.com/ Trent Franks District 2
www.quayleforcongress.com/ Ben Quayle District 3
www.vote4janet.com/ Janet Contreras District 4
www.david10.com  David Schweikert District 5
www.ruth4az.com/ Ruth McClung District 7
www.votejessekelly.com/   Jessie Kelly District 8


Comments

  1. What else is new?

    Liberals will be liberals

    Frankly the whole early ballot system is an invitation to fraud!

  2. This is a clever way to scare people into donating more money but using ACORN as a scare tactic is so 2008. It’s really time to let that go since they’ve already gone out of business.

  3. Mr. Pearce,
    What about Flake, CD6? Do you hate him so much that you will side with SEIU against him?

  4. JJ Says:
    October 24th, 2010 at 8:09 am
    This is a clever way to scare people into donating more money but using ACORN as a scare tactic is so 2008. It’s really time to let that go since they’ve already gone out of business
    ………….

    The Organization Formerly Known As ACORN (OFKAA) is still abusively and pulling down funding. Sheltered by the administration and the Democratic Party they have tried to cover from the public their continued presence and continued abuses by changing names, reshuffling management.

    So, why are you posting verifiable falsehoods here? THe ONLY people who want to cover the disgusting ACORN abuses would be uber-partisan Obama, the Democrats, SEIU and spin-offs like Mi Familia Vota.

    Everyone ELSE with even just a SHRED of morals and decency, Independent, Democrat, Libertarian or Republican recognizes the corrosive danger of this abuse of our local, state and national voting integrity.

    As far as your “that’s so 2008″ – if it was a lie in 2008, it’s STILL a LIE in 2010.
    There’re only ten things that got set into stone and of those, eight were prefaced with Thou Shalt NOT, and LYING is one of them.

    Lying is an interesting sin. It is always in conjunction with another sin – its purpose is to cover past, present or planned sins.

  5. Of course change the topic and redirect the issues, typical of liberals. Voting Fraud is the issue and the libs are trying every trick in the book. Grijalva and friends do not care about this country, our principles and liberties. They like them when they get to use them, but not when we do. If they win, they won’t have them any more either, and they don’t even get that part of what they are doing. Vote, contribute and speak up. Save this country.

  6. Perhaps we should limit who is able to register voters. Make taking a class and registering as a registar a requisite for soliciting and collecting voter registrations. All registars would be required to note which voters they registered. That way we can go back to whomever registered ineligible voters and make them accountable. Why should we allow these huge document dumps?

    While we are at it, we could make it illegal to offer ANYTHING of value in return for registering to vote.

    We should all be suspicious when an outside entity comes in and spreads money around in exchange for registering voters.

    A legitimate organization would not turn in such high numbers of ineligible voter registrations. We should suspect whether or not their real objective is to register voters or to tamper with elections.

  7. I have looked at several blog posts about this issue and have yet to see a single substantiation of the claim the 65% of the voter the voter registrations in question are fraudulent. This entire post hangs on this point and the senator is threatening an investigation yet there is zero evidence supporting this claim.

    It is also worthwhile to note that the judge in Colorado did not throw out 6,000 registrations because they were ‘bogus’ but because mail sent to the address was returned. These were not registrations submitted by Mi Familia Vota, but many groups opposed this because there are many errors that have been shown when using this to remove voters from the rolls.

  8. Travis – the entire problem could be solved if it was illegal to be paid per registration.

  9. MaskedTruthman says:

    Jim Hoft reported the 65% error rate was discovered by the County Recorder.

    “The Yuma Recorder’s office is checking the voter registration forms and have found that already more than 65% of them are invalid due to the registrant not being a citizen, wrong/invalid address, false signature, etc. Mi Familia Vota is a wholly-owned SEIU sub-organization. It is just as “non-partisan” as ACORN was before documented fraudulent behaviors finally killed it.”

    See:
    http://biggovernment.com/jhoft/2010/10/22/az-group-accused-of-massive-voter-fraud-is-offshoot-of-seiu/

  10. Senator Pearce must have been really mad about this whole issue because he sent this out before he could give it another grammar check.

    Regarding his message, he is absolutely right. Also, somebody here mentioned early voting as one of the easiest ways to commit fraud. I really do believe this. How hard must it be to verify that everybody who gets a ballot by mail actually is that same person who returns that ballot?

    There’s got to be a way to solve this problem. Maybe people can only request vote-by-mail ballots in person with their proof of citizenship for the first time or something. We’d have exceptions for people in nursing homes or other such situations & for the military. But very few other exceptions would be granted.

    The integrity of our elections is paramount. We cannot let anybody steal our elections for any person or political party.

  11. MaskedTruthman
    Yes I saw that but Hoft provides no information about who, if anyone, has told him this

  12. Todd – I don’t want to eliminate paying people to register voters. I don’t see a problem with the job of registering voters. It takes a lot of effort to do it and it’s a good thing to do.

    The problem is with turning in a huge amount of ineligible voter requests and requests for early ballots with voter registrations just prior to the deadline to request early ballots.

    Here’s what I’d like to know at a minimum: What were the problems with the registrations? Were they mostly for one party? What were the incentives to register, if any? Are the ineligible voter registration forms available for inspection by the public? Under what law would Pearce prosecute the current participants in this registration mess?

    I think we need to start with some clarification and more facts.

  13. For those who are complaining that there is not sufficient proof for various aspects of this story: That’s why there needs to be an investigation!

    What else do you suggest that we do? Sit on our hands and let this go? I think NOT!!!

  14. Travis – paying people to register voters is fine, what I am suggesting is not allowing to be paid *per* registration. This incentivizes fraud and has been the source of most of the problems people are aware of. It is a similar problem with initiatives, btw.

    I have had situations with both voter registration and ballot initiatives in which I have told the worker that I am already registered or have already signed another petition and have been asked to sign/apply anyway because they get paid per signature/application.

  15. Patriot1,
    So it would be fine for me to post an accusation that a state senator is being bribed then when asked to substantiate the claim simply respond that I don’t have substantiation and this is why is needs to be investigated?

  16. Steve Bentencourt says:

    Rubbish. Racist Pearce is at it again…

  17. …………………..
    Travis Says:
    October 24th, 2010 at 3:21 pm
    Here’s what I’d like to know at a minimum: What were the problems with the registrations? Were they mostly for one party? What were the incentives to register, if any
    ………………………

    False names, false addresses, illegals, felons, dead people.

    The game on registrations is this:

    1. register bogus eligible voters.
    2. bogus registered voters are helped to vote by energetic political hacks who write in, punch in or plug in their votes FOR them and miraculously, these phantoms ALL vote DEMOCRAT, not even an Independent in the bunch.
    3. Usually done at the end of the day, after most of the voting is done, so the perps know approximately how many votes they need to input off their stack of phonies to cover the deficit.

  18. Ah here we go again!

    Steve Betencourt, unable to deal with Sen Pearce’s assertions on an intellectual level falls back on liberal smear tactic #1, i.e. howl “racist”!

    That tack has long lost its effectiveness, if it ever had any in intellectually honest circles.

    So please take this worn out ploy and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine in an all too appropriate part of your anatomy, Steve.

  19. wanumba, here is how it actually works…

    1. bogus registrations are filed.

    After that nothing happens as fraudulent voting is almost entirely non-existent.

  20. Ah, Todd, if fraudulent voting ISN’T the goal, then there is no reason to fraud register.

    Who risks prison for no purpose?

  21. wanumba,
    Again, many organizations hire people who they pay per registration. In some instances these people knowingly solicit or forge false registrations so they get more money.

    In some cases people, to make a point or whatever, provide false information like registering their dog. Since organizations must submit these even if they are questionable, they are not caught until election officials surmise they are bogus.

    It is in fact quite difficult to vote illegally in the US, as the number of cases reflects. Serious cases typically involve fraud by an election official.

  22. All the double talk in the world cannot make this thing pass the sniff test.

    Turning in 5000 NEW voters, all at once, from a single area, on the deadline for registration, by a group aligned with a specific agenda?

    Yea…right.

    THE NUMBER OF LAWS BEING BROKEN BY DEMS AND DEM SUPPORTERS IS ENDLESS!

  23. Mr. Pearce watchout before you trip on your nose (it keeps growing and growing and…). You are nothing more than a bigot and a fear monger to raise money. Acorn was eliminated by people like you under accusations that were proven false. Why? Because they registered minority voters who tend to vote Democrat.Acorn no longer exists.You, Brewer,and Thomas have learned well from Sheriff Joe. Your little conspiring group will not last much longer. The bigger they are, the harder the fall.

  24. Jill Arizona says:

    Folks, do something about it here today. Monday, October 25th – Ruth McClung Moneybomb! Not only is Grijalva and gang corrupt, he boycotted his own state. It’s time to boycott the boycotter.
    Vote Ruth McClung and donate today if you can!
    http://www.mcclungmiracle.com/

  25. ethel_rascel says:

    Megyn Kelly and Michele Malkin just discussed the Arizona voter fraud issue on the Fox News Channel.

  26. The Truth and Nothing But the Truth says:

    At this point the accusation of fraud in Yuma County is unverified.

    The rumor that 65 percent of the ballot requests was started on a right wing blog. The blogger cited an anonymous GOP source who quoted an anonymous source from the Yuma County Recorder’s Office.

    Two anonymous sources? I think it would be best to wait until this story is either confirmed or denied by the Yuma County Recorders Office. It onnly embarrasses the right wing when fraudulet stories get spread around.

    Remeber that great story about the poor girl in Texas who was beaten up at an ATM by a big black guy, who saw her McCain sticker and decided to teach her a lesson and even carved a “B” onto her face? Fraudulent stories with racial overtones just make the right wing look racist and stupid.

  27. I sure do remember that pathetic girl’s story, but it was not a ‘right wing’ person who did it. But, boy howdy ya’ll SOOOOOO wanted that to be true to ‘prove’ your bigoted stereotype, adn here it is, limping around, that mangy dog of a lie.

    ANd more information is coming out dailt on the registration fraud, so just go home and cry instead of lurking about here trying to justify the unjustifiable… rather … trying to provide cover for law-breaking.

  28. ………………………
    todd Says:
    October 24th, 2010 at 11:23 pm
    wanumba,
    Again, many organizations hire people who they pay per registration. In some instances these people knowingly solicit or forge false registrations so they get more money.

    In some cases people, to make a point or whatever, provide false information like registering their dog. Since organizations must submit these even if they are questionable, they are not caught until election officials surmise they are bogus.

    It is in fact quite difficult to vote illegally in the US, as the number of cases reflects. Serious cases typically involve fraud by an election official.
    ………………….

    My jaw is still on the floor.

  29. I know the truth can be surprising.

  30. The Truth and Nothing But the Truth says:

    BUSTED BUSTED BUSTED

    Right wing blogosphere busted yet again. Spreading false racist rumors, spreading fear and hatred. And once again making themselves look like complete idiots. And guess who’s involved? Russell Pearce, lying racist fearmonger in chief.

    From the Yuma Sun:

    Yuma County Recorder’s Office: Claims of voter registration fraud not true.

    October 25, 2010 8:10 PM
    BY STEPHANIE A. WILKEN – SUN STAFF WRITER
    The Yuma County Recorder’s Office says it has processed a large number of requests to be put on the permanent early voter list but claims of fraudulent voter registration is not an issue in Yuma County, despite reports in the blogosphere.

    http://www.yumasun.com/news/yuma-64939-voter-county.html

    BUSTED BUSTED BUSTED

    You had to know the story was false when it showed up here with Russell Pearce’s name attached.

    Liars. Racists. Losers. Keep lying, keep getting busted, keep hating, keep losing.

  31. ……………………..
    The Truth and Nothing But the Truth Says:
    October 25th, 2010 at 8:53 pm
    Liars. Racists. Losers. Keep lying, keep getting busted, keep hating, keep losing
    ……………..

    Hi. You have proof of any of that? Or are they unquestioned, unsubstantiated, regurgitated, lazy stereotypes designed to flatter your ego so you don’t put the inconvenient questions to yourself for calling people you don’t know, and have never met, “racist”?

    But, you are SURE 100% that YOUR bigoted racism is okay. Just because.

  32. …………………
    todd Says:
    October 25th, 2010 at 7:07 pm
    I know the truth can be surprising
    …………

    Bet you are never surprised. It’s a great existence to go thru life with your hands over your eyes and fingers plugging your ears.

    I wish the rest of us were so lucky, but we have to go thru life cleaning up the messes ignoramouses make.

  33. Wanumba, give me am example of a substantiated case of widespread fraudulent voting.

  34. So, this whole incident was based on nothing yet we have a state senator threatening investigation. Just wonderful.

  35. The links and stories associated with this still do not provide enough information.

    I now see that Yuma is reporting 3,000 early ballot requests from these groups. Where is the source that says that these groups actually submitted 5,000 requests in Yuma County? Their own Tweets claim they intended to submitted 25,000 early ballot request statewide.

    Where is source for the claim that large numbers of Democrats were requesting early ballots?

    I still don’t see a problem with being suspicious about this huge change in voter status resulting from an outside influence. The Yuma County recorder stated that this was an unusually large number of requests.

    Why is it racists to want to investigate this extraordinarily large move in voter status?

    Why is it racist to question the influence of an outside group making these requests? Afterall, the requests were not made by voters individually. When an organization solicits, keeps and then turns in en masse a huge number of requests to change voter status, it absolutely makes one want to know all the circumstances.

    Both Pearce and these activist groups could easily address the suspicions with just a little more information.

  36. todd Says:
    October 25th, 2010 at 10:47 pm
    Wanumba, give me am example of a substantiated case of widespread fraudulent voting.
    …….
    How many decades do you want? We start with Nixon losing to Kennedy thanks to dead voters in Chicago and move forward to Al Gore’s people punching chads thru the recount to get more votes for their guy, while the FLorida Supreme Court, made up of partisan Democrats started rewriting the election rules AFTER the election to favor Gore (D for deceit). St. Louis getting a three hour unpublicized judge’s order to keep the St. Louis ONLY polls open so they could bus in more people to vote Democrat to put the losing Dem over the winning Ashcroft. One ACORN staff after another in St. Louis in prison for voter fraud?

    You don’t read newspapers? Seriously? This is not opinion here, it’s a track record. Instead of denying copious proofs, just man up and say you don’t mind that the Democrats cheat, and lie to win elections.

    WHy is there any surprise? The Democrats used literacy tests and poll fees and disenfranchisement of people by slavery to deny them voting rights. They dragged the country into a Civil War when voting threatened to undo their precious lordship over slaves. This is child’s play now for the Democrats. People who don’t like that sort of cynical duplicitous behavior don’t associate themselves with the Democrats. If you want to be associated with it, embrace it instead of coming up with excuses for criminality.

    But, Democrats want to be seen as the ‘caring party” and the “empathetic party” and “for the poor” so they cover their less than ‘caring’ and ‘empathetic’ actions with attacks, smears and denials.

  37. Wanumba,
    I was specifically addressing current times not 50 year old history. Of course, even in this you only have a poor understanding because there was also significant Republican voter fraud in that election. As a result of investigations in many states, election law was changed to be much less susceptible to election officials manipulating results.

    As to St. Louis, you have the basic facts wrong. At least a thousand people had been turned away from polling places because there names were not on voting rolls even though they should have been. The 45 minute late opening was to allow for people who had been incorrectly told they could not vote to do so. What had happened was there was no fraud except for the fact that the St Louis election board had improperly purged 50000 from its rolls. This is a typical technique being used across the country to block many low income people from voting.

    Again, there have been no substantiated cases of widespread fraudulent voting but this right-wing paranoia is being effectively used to try to keep others from voting.

    The one article you post actually proves my point. Edwards and Busefink were charged with setting quotas and bonuses for collecting signatures and this is illegal in Nevada. These incentives resulted in workers submitting phony registrations to earn more money. No one voted fraudulently.

    PS. Don’t try your talking point ‘man up’ junk on me. I write exactly what I think.

  38. Bahnumbah Rhumba says:

    Math and history, Wanumba. You need lessons in both.

    This whole thread started with a rumor that voter fraud was occurring in Yuma County. The rumor was not true. The Yuma County Recorders office has stated that the story is false.

    The true story started with 3000 requests for early ballots being turned in. The false rumor transformed these into “voter registrations” which is not the same thing. Mr. Pearce upped the number to 5000. Math and history and truth. All seem to present problems here.

    Let’s just take a look at your opening salvo. “We start with Nixon losing to Kennedy thanks to dead voters in Chicago…”

    Another great rumor. One that’s never actually been documented even though it’s been around for half a century now. The truth isn’t the only problem, though. There’s the math.

    The Nixon Kennedy election was very very close in the popular vote. Kennedy won by a little over 112,000 votes. It was not at all closely in the Electoral College. The numbers there were Kennedy 303 to Nixon 219.

    Do the math, Wanumba. Dead voters in Chicago elected Kennedy. Illinois had 27 electoral votes in 1960. Let me walk you through this very slowly and very carefully. If Nixon actually won Illinois, you would begin by subtracting 27 votes from Kennedy’s total of 303. That 303 minus 27 equals 276. Then you take the 27 and add it to Nixon’s total of 219. That 219 plus 27 equals 246. When you’ve worked your way through this very complicated set of equations, this is what you have: Kennedy 276, Nixon 246. Who won, Wanumba?

    Math. History. Truth. Keep trying.

  39. Todd, the ST. Louis voting was extended for three hours until the GOP got a judge to shut it down to your 45 minutes.

    The ONLY people who knew about the St. Louis polls being SUDDENLY opened longer were Democrat operatives who got the ruling and who rushed in buses of voters. If you want to stand on the phony argument it was to help people who hadn’t been able to vote, you exclude ALL those people who would have voted, but after 150 years of the polls closing at 6pm, did not know they were open. That meant zero GOP voters knew about it. DISENFRANCHING Republican voters.

    There was no way to pick out the after hours votes from the normal voting period. So, the results stayed. Fraud. Cheat. Democrats.

    Todd, do you approve of disenfranching Americans just so one political party benefits? WHat would you say if it was the GOP doing this to Dems? AH, but it doesn’t happen, it’s the Democrats who throw out voting, get court rulings to overturn popular votes, require literacy tests, poll taxes, and make people slaves so they can’t vote. Now, they suddenly need to allow illegals to vote.

    Fine, provide I can vote in Haiti or Mexico…but that’s not going to happen is it? They’d crack my head in two if I tried. They say foreigners can’t vote in their elections, how intolerant is that?

  40. wanumba,
    People who show up at their polling place and are wrongly denied their right to cast a ballot are disenfranchised. Extending the polling time to allow this to be addressed is an attempt to stop this and does not disenfranchise someone who didn’t attempt to vote. Comparing this to poll taxes and literacy tests is absurd since those were meant to keep people from voting.

    If they were GOP voters, as certainly some were in St Louis, I would say the same thing.

    Who is advocating the undocumented aliens or non-citizens should be allowed to vote? I have never heard anyone suggest that so it must be a figment of your fevered imagination.

  41. …………………….
    todd Says:
    October 26th, 2010 at 11:25 pm
    wanumba,
    People who show up at their polling place and are wrongly denied their right to cast a ballot are disenfranchised. Extending the polling time to allow this to be addressed is an attempt to stop this and does not disenfranchise someone who didn’t attempt to vote.
    ………………….

    WHat a rigid mind you have Todd. If a voter did not know the polls were open later than the POSTED HOURS … got that? POSTED HOURS, and ONLY SOME people were told, then the ones who didn’t know were DENIED INFORMATION that would have given them a chance to vote ALSO. Disenfranchised. It was ALL about stuffing the ballot boxes for Democrats, blatently, openly, disgustingly, illegally. A Democrat won because of that slick trick.

    You have a castelike world view. One set of rules for Democrats, another for Republicans.

    THe Left’s fond of blabbing “No justice, no peace” but when they dispense gross inequities, they have a thousand and one excuses.

  42. wanumba, I don’t believe in different rules for Democrats then Republicans. I am neither but I want both treated fairly. The rest of your comment is laughable as you clearly have no idea what you are talking about, as usual.

  43. Voting fraud complaints rolling in state after state and it’s not even TUESDAY yet.

    Todd, what do you think of Democratic PArty disenfranchising of our troops? AFter all, they have neck-slitting jihadis shooting at them while you drink lattes in secure comfort. The Democrats COULD have been charming them all this time, listening to their concerns, easily earning hteir support, but instead, the Dems bad-mouth them, throw their votes out, or don’t even send them their ballots in the first place.

  44. wanumba,

    When asked for instances of voting fraud you supplied an example that actually supported my contention and a second example in which a judge tried to remedy the fact that people were incorrectly removed from the voter rolls so that they could go back to their polling places and cast a vote. If the latter is the best you can come up with, it is quite obvious my contention stands.

    I have no idea what you are talking about with disenfranchisement of troops. I do know their have been long standing problems with many states sending absentee ballots to troops and this is inexcusable.

    You seem to be confused on the issue. Last year a new law was past, the MOVE act, which cracked down on states who did not promptly send absentee ballots to military personnel. The Justice Department has just brought lawsuits against states that are not complying – http://www.armytimes.com/news/2010/10/military-move-act-absentee-voting-102710w/

    A Democratic Congress passed the Act and the Democratic Administration is enforcing the act, so how exactly is this disenfranchising our troops? Like a lot of things, you have this totally wrong.

  45. Which wanumba are you thinking of Todd? You’ve passed pompous judgmental opinions on several self-generated versions.

    Guess it’s a good thing wanumba is a plural noun.

  46. ten days ago i was enterring a target store and wanting to votr this nov.and not know where to reg.i was asked to register bye a young well dressed man with clip board in hand well .do i need to say anything more i was promised a notice in the mail and now relieze i was conned.i guess my vote went demo.and for this i appolagise?prove me wrong ..

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